Dr. Elizabeth Fagan, SLPD
Director: Fagan Center for Communication
Elizabeth is a licensed speech-language pathologist who has been in practice since 1978. She earned a B.S. and M.S. at the University of New Hampshire and SLPD at Nova Southeastern University. Doctoral dissertation research addressed nonverbal problem solving among children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Fagan has worked extensively with children on the autism spectrum, along with specializing in auditory processing disorders and cognitive processing disorders (working memory, processing speed, executive functions). She has worked in schools, consulted for schools and families, and provided lectures for physicians and psychiatrists. Dr. Fagan is a sought after lecturer locally, nationally, and internationally. She is the director of the Fagan Center for Communication and has published research and developed The Executive Function Profile (EFP).
Maine Pubic: Voices of Giving: International Service Through Rotary
Roger and Liz Fagan provide hearing and speech assistance in the Dominican Republic through the support of Rotary Club of Portland. Listen to the Interview.
Hearts for Hearing-Donated Hearing Aid Program
Rotary International, Dominican Republic
Schools for the Deaf in Santiago and Santo Domingo
Good Samaritan Hospital La Romana